North Draycot Park Farm lies in an attractive
location with views across its own parkland.
The farm as a whole extends to approximately
101 acres and comprises a five-bedroom
farmhouse with garden and grounds,
outbuildings, parkland and woodland. North
Draycot Park Farm offers a rare opportunity to
purchase a farm with considerable potential in
such an easily accessible area. The property is available as a whole or in two lots.
North Draycot Park Farmhouse is of red brick
under clay tile roof construction and was built
in the mid 1970’s. It is set up for modern living
however has potential to convert and extend.
There are four main reception rooms, two
kitchens and ground floor double bedroom with
ensuite bathroom. On the first floor are four
double bedrooms with a large walk in loft which
provides suitable storage or a useful space to
convert (with the right permission). There is a
downstairs bathroom with shower and adjoining
WC and a family bathroom with bath and
adjoining WC on the first floor.
North Draycot Park Farmhouse is subject to an
agricultural occupancy condition (AOC). Further
details are available from the vendor’s agent.
Adjacent to the farmhouse and of the same
construction are three garages and a useful
utility room and adjoining WC.
The gardens and grounds at North Draycot Park
Farm have been very well looked after with
the garden comprising attractive flowerbeds
and lawn with park railings dividing the garden
and parkland providing superb views. Areas of
hardstanding provide suitable private parking
around the house however with the right consents
there could be the potential to construct further
outbuildings, carports or stables.
The farmland at North Draycot Park Farm
extends to approximately 64 acres of attractive
rolling parkland which is completely unspoilt
and provides an attractive outlook. The land is
currently utilised for grazing purposes but has
the potential for equestrian or amenity purposes.
Comprising of mixed woodland and extending
to about 11 acres the woodland included in Lot
1 is interspersed across the farm with the main
block located on the northern boundary.
A smaller block which is located near the
western boundary also contains ponds offering
a good amenity aspect. The woodland included
in Lot 1 to the northern boundary is subject to a
Tree Preservation Order (TPO).
Lot 2 is an attractive block of mixed woodland
and extends to approximately 24 acres. There
are a number of rides and paths within the
wood and it has its own access off Scotland Hill.
Method of sale: North Draycot Park Farm is
offered for sale as a whole or in up to 2 lots by
private treaty. Further details are available from
the vendor’s agent.
Services: North Draycot Park Farmhouse is
connected to mains electricity and water.
Heating is provided through an oil fired central
heating system and drainage is to a private
system. There is also mains water connected
to the land. It is understood that Gigaclear is
bringing full fibre, ultrafast broadband to the area.
EPC and Council Tax: North Draycot Park Farmhouse has an EPC band of D and council tax is G (£3,041.01 per annum)
Wayleaves, easements and rights of way:
The property is being sold subject to and with
the benefit of all rights including; rights of way,
whether public or private, light, support, drainage,
water and electricity supplies and other rights
and obligations, easements and quasi-easements
and restrictive covenants and all existing and
proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays,
cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes
whether referred to in these particulars or not.
There are two public footpaths crossing over
the land. Further details are available from the
Basic Payment: The entitlements to the Basic
Payment are included in the sale.
The vendor has submitted a claim for the
current scheme year and will retain the payment
for this scheme year in its entirety. The vendor
will use reasonable endeavours to transfer the
entitlements to the purchaser as soon after
completion as the transfer rules allow.
Sporting, timber and mineral rights: All sporting
timber and mineral rights are included in the
freehold sale, in so far as they are owned.
Designations: There is a Tree Preservation Order
(TPO) in place on part of the woodland located
to the north of the farm and included in Lot 1.
There is an agricultural occupancy condition
(AOC) on the farmhouse. Further details are
available from the vendor’s agent.
Local authority: Wiltshire Council
(0300 456 0100).
VAT: Any guide price quoted or discussed is
exclusive of VAT. In the event that a sale of the
property, or any part of it, or any right attached to
it, becomes a chargeable supply for the purposes
of VAT, such tax will be payable in addition.
Health and safety: Given the potential hazards
of a working farm we ask you to be as vigilant
as possible when making your inspection for
your own personal safety, particularly around
the farm buildings and machinery.
Postcode: SN15 5HB
Viewing: Strictly by confirmed appointment with
the vendor’s agents, Strutt & Parker in Cirencester
01285 653101 or Oxford 01865 366640.
North Draycot Park Farm occupies a private
setting near Upper Seagry, an attractive North
Wiltshire village which has a pub, primary school
and church. The market towns of Malmesbury
and Chippenham are both about 5 miles away.
Both have a good range of everyday shops and
services including Waitrose supermarkets.
The main regional centres include Cirencester,
Bath, Bristol, Swindon and Cheltenham all of
which are within daily commuting distance.
Communications are good, with Junction 17
of the M4 about 2 miles away. There are direct
rail services from Chippenham Station which is
about 5 miles to the south with trains to London
Paddington taking from 1 hour 16 minutes.
Bristol airport is 35 miles and Heathrow is
84 miles. There is an excellent choice of private
and state schools in the area. Private schools
include St. Mary’s Calne, Marlborough College,
Pinewood, Westonbirt, Beaudesert Park and,
in Bath, Kingswood, the Royal High School and